Chris Domaleski
Associate Director

P-12, Higher Ed

  • Accountability
  • Assessment
  • Data and statistics
  • Standardized tests

Chris Domaleski is the associate director of the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, where he works with states and other education agencies to help design and implement effective assessment and accountability systems. He serves on multiple state technical advisory committees and regularly provides technical support to agencies, including the U.S. Department of Education. Prior to working with NCIEA, Domaleski was the associate superintendent for assessment and accountability at the Georgia Department of Education, where he was responsible for the development and administration of the state’s K-12 testing program and accountability system. Domaleski also teaches graduate courses in measurement and statistics at the University of Georgia. He has made numerous presentations at professional conferences and has authored several research studies, articles and technical reports. He received his doctorate at Georgia State University in educational policy studies, concentrating in research, measurement, and statistics.